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On some level

"On some level" way up above the clouds - some level that's never been seen or achieved in the course of human history - some level so remote and etherial that it exists only in the fevered imagination of prophets and hucksters this universal "truth" exists. But it's no where to be found here on earth for someone like, say, Chelsea Clinton who is hurting right now.
“We are not electing a king, we are electing a president,” Chelsea said. “We need someone who understands what they have to do in the job [as president] but also in partnership with Congress, governors and mayors.” She added, “My mother understands how the government works.”
Poor little hurting Chelsea doesn't yet comprehend the allure of Constitutional Monarchy and it's requirement for a "king" (if only a temporary one) to succeed. And Bernie doesn't care about Chelsea's hurt - Chelsea's hurt doesn't make Bernie hurt at all. In fact, you'd almost have to say that Bernie enjoys hurting Chelsea and making her "feel the Bern" - a slogan with which his legions of supporters are always threatening their enemies.

On the level
Understanding how government works is important and in modern post-New Deal America the high minded Democratic Socialists will learn how important it is to "understand" the Federal Governments "partnership" with EVERYONE including mayors. Even in a Constitutional Monarchy Berning the Witch, on some level, can have unforeseen consequences.


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